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The Marietta Dally Leader.
THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 1900.
GonYentlon Twelfth Annual of Yashlngton
County, Today and Tomorrow,
Tho twelfth annual convention of
tho Washington County Sunday School
Association will be held In tho First
Baptist Church of Marietta on Thurs
day and Friday, November 8th and 9th.
Tho officers of tho Association are as
J. E. VanDervoort, President; Miss
Emma Best, Secretary; C. F. Strecker,
Treasurer; Mrs- 0. S. Blakeslee, Nor
mal Secretary; Miss Alzorah Palmer,
Home Department Secretary; Mrs.
Sadie Eberle, Primary Secretary.
E. U Plxley, W. M. Dearth, C. E.
Conwln, C. J. Van Valey, Dr. James
McClure, J. A. Brooker.
"Bo ye' doers of Me word, and not
Thursday P. M., Nov. 8th. Standard
2:00 Prayer Service.
2:15 Business. Appointment of Com
2:30 General Topic. "The Bible In
A Should it be there? Rev. A. J.
B How get it there? Rev. Mr.
3:00 "A Round Table." .Theme,
"Sunday School Management."
How bring it up to modern De
mands? Three mlnuto talks. Free to All.
3:30 "Transformation of a County."
A How brought about? Miss
B How make the work perma
nent? 4:00 Assignment of Delegates.
7:00 Special Song Service. Selected
Choir from several Schools conduct
ed by Prof. Bird.
7:30 A word of Greeting Rev. L.
Klrtley, D. D.
And a Response Rev. Mr. Brink
8:00 "Self-training of tho Teacher"
Joseph Clark, State Secretary.
Continued Song Service.
C:30 Early morning prayer service.
9:00 Bugle Calls. Inspiring Texts.
Ten Minutes with the Bible.
9:15 Present need of tho "County
Three minute talks from Delegates
9:45 How secure more Spiritual work
in Sunday School Teaching. Rev.
J. R. 'Nichols.
10:15 "The Field is the State" Jos
eph Clark, State Secretary.
10:45 Business. Beport of Commit
tee. Call of Townships.
1:00 pevotional Service.
Afternoon devoted to Primary and
1:15 A Round Table. "The Primary
Department." Conducted by Mrs.
Crouse, State Secretary Primary De
partment. 2:00 How I prepare a Primary Les
son. Mrs. Crouse.
2:30 lesson Taught to Class. Mrs.
3:00 "Graded Schools."
A Theory. Rev. Geo. R. Gear, D.
Pj Advantages. Rev. Mr. Boyer.
C How Secure. Rev. W. D. Cher
lngton, D. D.
4:00 Discussion if time admits.
7:00 Scripture and Prayer.
7:10 Music. Choir of the Church.
Graduating Exercises of Normal Class.
7:30 Address to Class. Rev. L. Klrt-
ley, D. D.
7:45 Presentation of Diplomas.
8:00 Closing Words. Rev. W. 13.
Roe, D D.
8:15 Closing Hymn and Benediction.
It is tho desire of tho Couity Officers
that this Convention shall reach and
help tho largest number of workers
possible. Tho aim and purpose has
been to make it practical, helpful and
inspiring, and the hope is entertained
that a large number of delegates will
attend. The basl3 of representation
for schools, adopted at a recent con
vention, was ono delegate for each
thirty members, or fraction thereof,
but thero will bo no limit. Entertain
ment will be provided for all Sunday
School workers who may attend. As
signment o fdelegate3 for entertain
ment will bo made at the close of each
4s cajld' to two features of the program:
1st. 9:15 A. M., Friday, "Pretaut Needs,
of tho Count yWork." Come prepared
to s-te in a few words, what you be-
Hovo to bo tho presnt great need in the
County work; wo hopo to secure
many practical suggestions that will
materially liolp In keeping Washing
ton County well to tho front Jn tho for
ward movement in Sunday School
work. 2nd. Tho same morning,
"Business," a most Important fcaturo
of tho Convention. Shall wo continue
tho splendid dggresslvo work 'of the
past by tho employment of a "Field
Secretary?" This must bo decided by
tho Schools. Vote upon It In your
schools, Instruct your delegates how
to vote. If you believe In this feature
of tho work, voto to tax yourselves the
small amount necessary to maintain it
and arrango to pay that amount.
Wo may plan ever so wisely and
well, may havo tho best and most In
spiring speakers, a largo attendance,
and yet not have, In the best sense, a
successful Convention. Unless the
blessing of God attend us and our
work, " wo labor In vain." Pray, that
God's spirit and blessing be in and
upon this Convention.
In the Prices of Stocks on the New York
By Associated Press.
New York, Nov. 7. No sueh excited
demand for stocks hus been witnessed
on tho New York Exchange since the
boom days of the flotation of sureties
of tho new Industrial combinations in
the spring of 1899 as that of today and
all departments of the Stock Exchange
were kept at fever heat of animation
In the opening dealings there chang
ed hands Instantaneously with the
sounding of the gong no less than 15,
000 shares of Union Paclflc,8000 shares
of Atchison, C000 shares of Southern
Pacific and American Steel and Wire
and several thousand shares each of a
number of other stocks. The same
stock sold at the same time at prices
Vz points apart, and it is believed that
the records of a number of transac
tions were lost en tirelyJn the fever of
excitement of trading. A very large
business in Americans had been done
In the London market before the stock
market opened In New York. Cora-
mission houses kept their offices open
all night and took orders which were
executed in London as early as 3 a. m.
New York time. Foreign arbitrage
brokers in New York estimated that as
a result of New York buying In Lon
don and London selling in New York
no less than 150,000 shares of various
Stocks changed hands from foreign to
Reported by Charles R. Richardson,
Broker, 177 Front street.
Atch. Pr. .
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C. C. C.
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NEW YORK PRODUCE EXCHANGE.
Corn, May .
Toledo, 0 Nov. 7, Wheat, 70;
corn, 37; oats, 22; rye, 54; clover
seed, ?G.20. Oil unchanged.
AT NEW YORK.
New York, Nov. 7. First race, live
and one-half furlongs: Judge Tarvln,
first; Blarney Stone, second; Dye,
third. Time, 1:10.
FIvo and one-half furlongs: Isa,
first; McAddie, second; Glade Run,
third. Time, 1:08 4-5.
Milo and 70 yards: Sir Frorlan,
first; Prestldgatteur, second; Olea,
third. Time, 1:47 3-5.
Mile and sixteenth: First Whip,
first; Alslke, second; Marlbert, third.
Time, 1:49 2-5,
Six furlongs: Maiden, first; Golden
Prince, second; Queen Carnival, thlrJ.
Time, l:lf 2-5.
Seven furlongs: Animosity, first;
Pledrlch, second; Yorkshire Boy,
third. Time, l:lGl-5.
Cincinnati, O., Nov. 7. Weather
chilly; good sized crowd. Track fast.
Mile: Little Sallie, first; Uhlors,
second; Osmon, third. Time, 1:43.
Mile: Albert F. Dewey, first; Tus
carosa, second; Herando, third. Time,
Mile and 70 yards: Lord Zeni, first;
Eberhart, second; Branch, third.
Mile: Zazel, first; W. G. Welch,
second; Dramburg, third. Time,
Seven furlongs: Grandon, first; Ed
Adack, second; Warranted, third.
Mile: J. J. Tait, first; B. G second;
Fox, third. Time, 1:43.
Nov. 7. Weather
Five and one-half furlongs:
Goetz, first; Red Signal, second;
grave, third. Time, 1:09 2-5.
Six furlongs: Daisy O., first; Can
dle Black,, second; Made Maree, third.
Six furlongs: Rosa Diah, first; Jake
Weber, second; Brownie Anderson,
third. Time, 1:15.
Five furlongs: Money Muss, first;
Algaret, second; Sly, third. Time, 1:01.
Mile and half: Banneret, first;
Florlzar, second; Unknown, third.
Seven furlongs: Benckart, first;
Robert Waddell, second; Lady Strath
more, third. Time, 1:30.
Mile and sixteenth; Prairie Dog,
first; Ben Chance, second; Hood's Bri
gade, third. Time, 1:51.
"This Is too much, John, I won't
stand it any longer. Tomorrow I leave
for my -mother's, unless you get me
more Rocky Mountain Tea." Sensible
Ask your druggist.
OVER HIS FOOT
A Heavily Loaded Wagon Passes Bot no
Perceptible Damage Was Done,
Clarence Perkins had his foot badly
bruised yesterday afternoon. He was
helping to load a wagon for Thorniley
Bros, near the Pennsylvania depot and
in some manner accidentally got his
foot under one of the wagon wheels a3
the horses started. The heavily laden
wagon passed over the foot, but
strange to relate, when a medical ex
amination of the injured memher was
made it was found that no bones were
broken, and that aside from painful
bruises no injury of any moment was
done to the member.
Holders of season tickets for the
High School Lyceum Course will be
given an opportunity to have their
seals reserved before tho single admis
sion tickets are placed on sale. No
vember 3d and 5th are the dates when
the holders of these tickets may have
them reserved at the Corner Drug
Store. Tho plat will be open Nov. 6th,
7th and 8th for all other purchasers.
Get your season tickets at once only
$1.50 for tho six numbers, including
reserved seat. The tickets are on sale
by canvassers and at several stores in
Oct. 26 tf.
Two Men Have a Lively Fight Monday
While the election is over and conse
quently discussion, either friendly or
angry, have largely subsided, still tho
results of tho feeling which is always
engendered by a campaign and result
ing victory aro still noticeable.
Yesterday afternoon, two men
Wess" May and "Red" Fry, became
Involved In a political discussion
which rapidly developed Into a quarrel
and finally a light. Fry was punUhed
julte severely by May. Officer Roney
camo along as tho light had assumed
serious proportions and took Fry to
tho city prison, where ho will remain
until interviewed by tho Mayor.
According to the testimony of the
bystanders, Frye was tho aggressor in
tho quarrel and richly deserved tho
punlahment ho received.
"Little Colds" nezlected thousands
of lives sacrificed every year. Dr.
Wood's Norway Pine Syrup cures lit
tle colds cures big colds too, down to
mo very veree or consumption.
Cleanses the System
Gently and Effectually
when bilious or costive.
resents in, the most acceptahlefbnn
the curat j ye principles of plants
Anoim to act 'most .beneficially.
TO GET ITS BENEFICIAL EFFECTS
BUY THE GENUINE MANFD. BY
CALIFORNIA FIG STRUPC0.
SAN FRANCISCO, CAL.
LOUISVILLE, KY. NEW YORK. N.Y.
For sale ty druggists price SO per bottle.
Mr .and Mrs. J. C. Breckenrldge and
Miss Lora Dlpple visited with the fam
ily of Mr. Henry Dlpple, of Waterford
Miss Vola Campbell, of Layman, Is
the guest of Mrs. T. E. Ferguson.
Miss Idella Smith left last week for
New Lexington on an extended visit to
Mr. Clyde Stacy Is moving his fam
ily to Watertown.
Mrs, Brandeberry, of Cutler, 'has
been the guest of her sister, Mrs. C. E.
Tho Misses Vaughn, of Lowell, were
guests of Miss Myrtle Heckler over
Mrs. Mary A. Murdock returned
Monday from a several weeks' visit
with relatives at St. larys and Mari
etta. Mr. and Mrs. George Willis, of Wat
ertown, passed through here Saturday
on thoir way to Lathrop, to visit their
daughter, Mrs. John Park.
J. D. Murdock, who Is employed In
the oil fields, is suffering with a severe
Mrs. J. D. Varner left last week for
her daughter's, Mrs Emily Delaney,
of Wrlghtstown, where she had been
called on account of tho illness of her
'School opened at Oak Hill Monday
with George Marshall teacher.
Mr. James Mllligan, of Barlow, vis
ited his son, Harvey, over Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Cidner Smith visited
lately at Junction City and Now Lex
Quite a number from this place at
tended the dedication of the M. E.
church at Bartlett last Sunday.
. $500 REWARD!
' Wo will pay tho above toward for any caso of
Liver Complaint, Dyspepsia, Siok lleadache,
Indigestion, Constipation or Costlvoncss wo
cannot euro with LIverlta, tho Up-To-Dato
Little Liver Pill, when tho directions aro strict
ly complied with. They aro purely Vegetable,
and never fall to give satisfaction. 25o boxes
contain 100 Pills, loo boxes contain 40 Pills, 6o
boxes contain IK Pills. Bewaroof substitutions
and imitations. Bent by mall. Stamps taken.
NERV1TA MHDICAL CO., Cor. Clinton and
Jackson Bis., Chicago, I1L Sold by
Richards, Druggists, Marietta, Ohio.
Sold By Beaglo &. Lytlo and A. J.
Card of Thanks
Mrs. H. Derby and family wish to
express their sincere thanks to their
many friends who tendered their kind
services and sympathies during the
family's recent 'bereavement.
William B. Hit, who" place of resi
dence is unknown, is hereby notified
that Julia A. HI to did on the 2Cth day
of September, 1000, file her petition in
tho ofTtco of the clerk of the Court of
Common Pleaa for Washington coun
ty, Ohio, charging the said William
B. Hito with adultery with persons
unknown to plaintiff and gross neglect
of duty, and asking that sho may be
divorced from said William B. Hito.
and also for tho care and custody of
thoir minor child. Ruth Hlte. which
petition will bo for hearing at the
September term of said court, 1000.
JULIA A. HITE,
By Way & Hancoa1', ttys.
-it Sept 27 Thurz C weeks.
MASON & HAMLIN,
BUSH & GERTS,
STORY AND CLARK,
WILSON & YOUNG,
St. Clair Building, Marietta, O.
"A BACHELOR'S ROMANCE," Audi
torium, Tuesday night, Nov. 13.
"A Bachelor's Romance" which Tim
Murphy Is to present at the Auditorium
next Tuesday night, November 13, is a
aweet, pretty Idyllic play, delightfully
refreshing and acted by an exceeding
ly strong company. Mr. Murphy Is
being put forward by Mr. Fred Berger,
who Is also Sol. Smith Russell's man
ager, as the latter's successor, and he
certainly possesses many of the phy
sical characteristics, the angular figure
and the quiet, dry humor of that popu
lar Idol. Mr. Murphy has nover seen
Sol. Smith Russell In the part of David
Holmes, 'but a great deal of Interest is
attached to his assumption of the role,
by the iway of comparison. Says the
"The temptation to comparo the
work of Mr. Murphy In tho leading
role with that of Mr. Russell Is very
strong. There Is. however, no occa
sion for comparison, and if one were
made, Mr. Murphy would not suffer.
His David Holmes stands forth as a
clear-cut, Independent creation."
Mr. Wm. H. Pascoe, J. Lester Wal
lack, Percy Brooke, Fred A. Thomson,
John R, Armstrong, Louise Thorndyke
Boucicault, Dorothy Sherrod, Fanny
Addison Pitt and Ethel Strickland are
members of Mr. Murphy's presentcom
pany. Reserved seats will be on sale
at Gates's Book Store Saturday morn
ing, Octobr 10th.
Management of L. M. LUCHS.
TUESDAY NIGHT, NOV. 13th'
L. M. LUCHS, M'G'K.
In Sol Smith Russell's Great
Comedy of Character,
By Martha Morton.
A Company of Surpassing Excelonco.
LOUISE THORNDVKE BOUCICAULT.
FANNY ADDISON PITT.
J. LESTER WALLACK.
WM. H. PASCOE.
J. R. ARMSTRONG.
FRED A. THOMSON.
O. J. GRIFFIN.
A Complete and Elaborate Production.
Seats on sale at Gates' Book
'Phones Bell 223, Marietta
It having come to tho notice of the
Marietta Electric Company that rights
of way have been granted In te vicin
ity of Marietta under tho Impression
that they woro for tho bareflt of this
company, all persons ara herebv noti
fied that this company has not author
ized any person or persons to obtain
any sucn ngnts or way, and Is In no
wav Interested In any such movement.
THE MARIETTA ELECTRIC CO. "
A. L. Gwce.y, President.
:hcv. 7 3t
Our line is the largest in the
city and cannot be matched
for quality of tone and dura
bility. Call and see us and get our
Prices and Terms.
Chas. L Pettis & Go.
Produce - Buyers
Dressed Poultry, Game, Furs,
Eggs and Butter,
204 DUANE STREET,
Write for Onr Present Paying Prices,
Oct 17, 1900-lyear.
FOR SALE OR TRADE.
Dwelling houses and vacant lots In
all parts of the city; several good
farms; two grocery stores in good lo
cations; one livery business;" Inter
est In First Class Restaurant; one
modern seven roomed house, cemented
cellar, and laundry, good barn, rents
for $15 per month In advance, will sell
for $1700 cash Ono eight room house,
now barn and cistern water and gas In
house, lot 40x100 feet, for $1800, cash.
One new house of 5 rooms, largo lot on
Valley Vlow Heights, $1100 $100
cash, balance on easy payments. Call
on W. S. Battin, successor to Mason &
Battln, Riley Block, No. 5, Tiber Way,
Sun Oct 7-1900.
SATURDAY, NOV. 10TH.
ag Ik Hesep
Grand Prima Donnas.
Catchy Songs, .
Seats on sale at Beagle and
Lytle's Drug Store,
M. G, SEIPEL, M'g'r.
Change of Time on Marietta
Division of Pennsyl
Change of time on Marietta Division
of Pennsylvania lines, Sunday, May
27. Trains depart 6:30 a. m 2:15 and
7:10 p. m. Trtins arrive 8:50 and
11:45 a. m. and 6:35 p. m.
W. I. ADAMS, Agent
Dont Be Fooledi
Take the genuine, original
ROCKY MOUNTAIN TEA
Made only by Madlion Mtdi
cine Co., Madlaon, Wis. It
licepa you well. Our trade
marie cut on each pacKoge.
Price, 33 cents. Navcr sold
Accent no aubttl'
Aik your druggist.
PILES! PILES! PILES!
. Dr. Williams' Indian Pile Ointment will euro
Mind, Bleeding, Ulcerated and ItcbluR Pllea.
It absorbs tbe tpmors, allays tbo Itching at
once, nets as a poultice, glvos Instant relief.
Br. Williams Indian JMIo Ointment (S pre
pared only for Piles and Itching of the private
parts, and nothtnn olse. Kverv bos In guaran
teeTl. Sold by druggists, sent by mall, for toe
and 11.00 per box,
W1ILLIAMS M'P'O CO.,Prois, Cleveland.
For sale by (JUItTIS & UUTOUMAN.
Get your tickets for thn
Lyceum course. Six high
tamraenta for J1.00 or Jl
reserved se.atH. WnMnra nf
ets roay havo their teats
morrow and Monday at
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